From the Abel Danger White House to those whom it my concern
December 28, 2011
Was Romney hedging and Assange hacking for the pig-farm pensioned dykes?
We believe that Crown Agents' Sister and Wellesley College alumna, Jalynn Bennett, used Mitt Romney to hedge and Julian Assange to hack pension-fund investors in mortgages allegedly ‘secured’ by snuff film intellectual property generated at a pig farm in British Columbia for the sponsors of Dyke Ball events hosted by the Spectrum LGBT organization.
Treasonous Associates - Clinton Rubin LLC Hired Julian Assange - Hacked Devices - Onion Router Patent Pool - Concealed Man-In-The-Middle Attacks
Abel Danger Mischief Makers - Mistress of the Revels - 'Man-In-The-Middle' Attacks
“52. Jalynn Hamilton Bennett (nee?) [Revised December 28, 2011. Matrix 5 principal and partner (?) of up to 50 extorted man-in-the-middle special investors in the CAI Private Equity Group; as a Wellesley College alumna, Bennett allegedly used Mitt Romney to hedge and Julian Assange to hack pension-fund investors in mortgages ‘secured’ by snuff films, allegedly generated at the Pickton pig farm in British Columbia for sponsors of the Dyke Ball – a "creative black-tie" event hosted by Spectrum, Wellesley's LGBT organization; she allegedly directed CAI to finance the development of Entrust public key infrastructure by Nortel and MDA to execute MitM attacks on the VPD and RCMP crime scene investigators at the pig farm; CAI special investor with Canadian Governor General David Johnston and a former Bombardier director Pierre Lortie; she allegedly organized a Master Trust with Equity of Canada for the development of a GAPAN/ALPA Bombardier electronic warfare capability to execute patented contract hits; uses Bombardier EW to co-ordinate the spoliation of crime scenes with her CAI colleagues and fellow CA Sisters; she allegedly helped to hire and promote pedophile extortionist and Bombardier EW pilot Russell Williams to execute WTC 1993, Vince Foster, Murrah Building, JonBenet Ramsey, USS Cole, 911, Space Shuttle Columbia, Air France Flight 447, and Beverley Eckert; she is President at Jalynn H. Bennett and Associates Ltd.; Director of Teck Resources Limited since 1989; prior to that she was associated for nearly 25 years with The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company; former Director at CIBC World Markets and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce since 1994; former director Teck Cominco Ltd., since April 27, 2005; former Independent Director engaged in pump-and-dump and patent-asset stripping of Nortel Networks Corp.; and Nortel Networks Limited since June 29, 2005; Director at Sears Canada Inc., CIBC, Hospital for Sick Kids Foundation, and the Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited; member of Advisory Board at Investeco Capital Corp; former Director at CanWest Media Inc., from 2000 to January 2005 and Canwest Global Communications Corp. from January 1998 to March 2005 where she liquidated the former media assets of the Hollinger Chain to abort any investigation by Conrad Black’s journalists into her role with David Johnston, Pierre Lortie and Russell Williams in the 911 attacks on America; she was a former director Bombardier Inc., from 2002 to December 2004 where she allegedly conspired with co-Sister Ariane de Rothschild in integrating Equity of Canada with the co-investors in the Bombardier Master Trust; former director of Bank of Canada; past Chairman at the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board Investment Committee where she acquired control of Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates development of Entrust/PKI and Onion Router encryption for a 911 MitM attack; former Commissioner of the Ontario Securities Commission; former Member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants 2000 Toronto Stock Exchange Committee on Corporate Governance; Member of the National Advisory Board, Canada's Outstanding CEO of the Year, and a Member of the Trinity College Endowment Campaign Cabinet; Director of SickKids Foundation]”
"Jalynn H. Bennett, CM (born 1943) is a Canadian consultant and corporate director. She is or has been a member of the Board of Directors of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Nortel Networks, Teck Cominco, Sears Canada, Cadillac Fairview, Bombardier, Rexel Canada Electrical, CanWest Global Communications Corporation, Ontario Power Generation, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation, the Ontario government's Public Accountants Council, and the Hospital for Sick Children Foundation. Born in Toronto, Ontario, she attended Wellesley College from 1962 to 1963, before receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from University of Trinity College in 1965. She joined the Manufacturers Life Insurance Company eventually becoming the Vice President of Corporate Development from 1985 to 1989. In 1989, she founded her own consulting firm called Jalynn H. Bennett and Associates Limited which specializes in strategic planning and organizational development. From 1989 to 1994, she was a Director of the Bank of Canada. From 1989 to 1994, she was a Commissioner of the Ontario Securities Commission. From 1994 to 1999, she was the Chair of the Trent University Board of Governors. In 2000, she was made a Member of the Order of Canada for her "impressive financial career". In 1999, she was made a Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Directors. In 2004, she was awarded an honorary degree from University of Trinity College."
"Wellesley College does not have any sororities, but rather, it has societies that are technically social and academic clubs. These includes the Shakespeare Society, Alpha Phi Sigma Lecture Society, Tau Zeta Epsilon Arts and Music Society, and Society Zeta Alpha, the Literary Society. The four societies sponsor many lectures on campus, bring in speakers, and contribute funding to academic departments and organizations that wish to hold lectures. Phi Sigma, Tau Zeta Epsilon, and Zeta Alpha hold a process similar to "rushing" a sorority that is called "tea-ing." These societies are known on campus as some of the few groups who hold parties on campus. In addition to the societies, many of the multicultural student organizations have parties. The Wellesley College radio station, WZLY 91.5 FM, also sponsors parties every semester. Dyke Ball, one of the most well-attended parties on campus, is a "creative black-tie" event hosted by Spectrum, Wellesley's LGBT organization."
"The Seven Sisters are seven liberal arts colleges in the Northeastern United States that are historically women's colleges. They are Barnard College, Bryn Mawr College, Mount Holyoke College, Radcliffe College, Smith College, Vassar College, and Wellesley College. All were founded between 1837 and 1889. Four are in Massachusetts, two are in New York, and one is in Pennsylvania. Radcliffe (which merged with Harvard College) and Vassar (which is now coeducational) are no longer women's colleges ... A June 3, 2008 article in The New York Times discussed the move by women's colleges in the United States to promote their schools in the Middle East. The article noted that in doing so, the schools promote the work of graduates of women's colleges such as Hillary Rodham Clinton, Emily Dickinson, Diane Sawyer, Katharine Hepburn and Madeleine K. Albright. The Dean of Admissions of Bryn Mawr College noted, "We still prepare a disproportionate number of women scientists [...] We’re really about the empowerment of women and enabling women to get a top-notch education." The article also contrasted the difference between women's colleges in the Middle East and "the American colleges [which] for all their white-glove history and academic prominence, are liberal strongholds where students fiercely debate political action, gender identity and issues like “heteronormativity,” the marginalizing of standards that are other than heterosexual and cisgendered. Middle Eastern students who already attend these colleges tell of a transition that can be jarring." The article further quoted a Sri Lankan student (who had attended a coeducational school in Dubai) who stated that she was "shocked by the presence of so many lesbians among the students" and the "open displays of affection" Transgender issues Recently, there has been discussion and controversy over how to accommodate transgender inclusion at the remaining women's colleges. This has risen to attention due to a small, yet increasing number of students that have in the course of their times at the colleges transitioned their gender from female to male (trans man)."
"In 1979, [Assange's] mother remarried; her new husband was a musician whom Assange believed belonged to a New Age group called The Family, led by Yoga teacher Anne Hamilton-Byrne. The couple had a son, but broke up in 1982 and engaged in a custody struggle for Assange's half-brother. His divorced mother fled her boyfriend and travelled across Australia, taking both children into hiding for the next five years. Assange moved thirty times before he turned 14, attending many schools, including Goolmangar Primary School from 1979 to 1983, sometimes being home-schooled. In an interview conducted by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Assange stated that he had lived in 50 different towns and attended 37 different schools. In 1987, after turning 16, Assange began hacking under the name "Mendax" (derived from a phrase of Horace: "splendide mendax", or "nobly untruthful"). He and two other hackers joined to form a group they named the International Subversives. Assange wrote down the early rules of the subculture: "Don't damage computer systems you break into (including crashing them); don't change the information in those systems (except for altering logs to cover your tracks); and share information"." The Personal Democracy Forum said he was "Australia's most famous ethical computer hacker." The Australian Federal Police became aware of this group and set up "Operation Weather" to investigate their hacking. In September 1991, Mendax was discovered in the act of hacking into the Melbourne master terminal of Nortel, the Canadian telecommunications company. In response the Australian Federal Police tapped Assanges' phoneline and subsequently raided his Melbourne home in 1991. He was also reported to have accessed computers belonging to an Australian university, the USAF 7th Command Group in the Pentagon and other organisations, via modem. It took three years to bring the case to court, where he was charged with 31 counts of hacking and related crimes. Nortel said his incursions cost them more than $100,000. Assange's lawyers represented his hacking as a victimless crime. He pleaded guilty to 25 charges of hacking, after six charges were dropped, and was released on bond for good conduct with a fine of A$2,100. The judge said "there is just no evidence that there was anything other than sort of intelligent inquisitiveness and the pleasure of being able to—what's the expression—surf through these various computers" and stated that Assange would have gone to jail for up to 10 years if he had not had such a disrupted childhood. In 2011, court records revealed that in 1993, Assange helped the Victoria Police Child Exploitation Unit by providing technical advice and assisted in prosecuting persons"
"NEW claims have emerged that Australian WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange played a role in stealing US military secrets which he published online. The 40-year-old former hacker was accused by lawyers in the US of coaching Private Bradley Manning, 24, on how to crack passwords and hack into military computer networks. During Manning's pre-trial hearing in Fort Meade, northwest of Washington, last week lawyers produced logs of online chats that show Assange, pictured, played a role in Manning uploading 700,000 stolen military documents which were passed on to WikiLeaks. US government digital forensic experts who examined Manning's computer found communications between him and an online chat user identified as Julian Assange, who guided Manning to break "hash codes"."
“Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.” Arthur Conan Doyle, Sr. quotes (Scottish writer, creator of the detective Sherlock Holmes, 1859-1930)